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come with fame, it's like werewolves, you know, like vampires. >>everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use (vo)michael jackson's secret hollywood holds the secret to who jackson really was, the product of a system that created him, fed on him and ultimately destroyed him. ew hollywood agent, the most powerful man in town, with a client list unlike any other. mark roesler doesn't need swish la offices to impress his clients, because they're all dead. >>i'm journalist jacques peretti, and i'd always thought that michael jackson would be remembered for the child abuse allegations, but he's not. this year he's the hottest property in hollywood. >>good morning. imagine? >>it's mark. >>nice to meet you. >>okay. >>so these are all the pictures you've got of all your clients on the wall? >>this is a marilyn merlot wine. >>wow. >>and you can pour it in your marilyn merlot andy warhol wine glass. (vo)mark pioneered the dead celebrity agency that makes millions of dollars every year putting his client's names and faces to everything imaginable. ars. those sold for, ah, about a thousand
's license. michael finney on whether stores should be doing it. >> and another run for nike. the $220 shoe that sparks the rush. >> and not quite out. an update on the napa valley wildfire. ule of -- all that have is coming up and then on "nightline." >> coming up next on "nightline," lions and tigers and other predators being kept as pets in backyard jungles. meet the guy who knows which ones might escape. and we go with fity cent to the most dangerous place he has ever >>> unusual to be asked to show your id for certain transactions, but what is more uncommon is to swipe your id into a computer jie. and it is making people nervous. what is happening to all of that information 1234* michael finney is here with a special report. >> california law says it is illegal for businesses to swipe your driver's license and store the data. but there are plenty of exceptions to the rule. now more retailers are capturing personal information with a quick swipe through one of their machines. >> there's hundreds and hundreds of seed beads. >> she makes unique crafts like these bottle ornaments. >> makin
. michael finney on whether stores should be doing it. >> and another run for nike. the $220 shoe that sparks the rush. >> and not quite out. an update on the napa valley wildfire. ule of -- all that have is coming up and then on "nightline." >> coming up next on "nightline," lions and tigers and other predators being kept as pets in backyard jungles. meet the guy who knows which ones might escape. and we go with fity cent to the most [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] sure. what flavor? mm, one of each. lemon burst, hm, cherry orchard, blackberry harvest... my daughter's grabbing some yoplait. pina colada, orange creme. i can't imagine where she is... strawberry cheesecake. [ grocery store pa ] clean up in aisle eight. found her! [ female announcer ] yoplait original. 25 flavors for you to love. it is so good. show your id
where michael lost his life. they have made immemorial to michael. -- they have made a memorial to michael. >> i have lost the only son and i am ever going to have because they wanted to party. it is really sad. i do not want to see another family go through this. >> she is talking about her 13- year-old son, michael true law, who died in a tragic accident on saturday night. he was riding in a car driven by his step fire. -- he was riding in a car driven by his stepfather. he fell out of the car and was struck by another vehicle. >> he drank one of the energy drinks with alcohol. the kids seem to think it is ok. he needed to vomit. he opened the door and fell out. he was run over. it could have been any one of these children out here. >> a substance-abuse experts says this one can of four loco is equivalent to four glasses of beer. >> they were able to put that much into one can and sell it for less than $4. teen-agers want to get drunk passed. they wanted to taste good. they wanted to be -- they want it to be cheap. this was marketed to teenagers. >> his friends gathered near w
is here with more on what led to this tragedy. good morning patrice,it was saturday night... and michael truluck... was hanging out with friends in the parking lot of autozone... drinking alcohol. family members say it only took one four loko to make the 13 year old violently ill.his motter's boyfriend picked him up... along with his two friindd.but what happened next... is sooething no one in that car will ever forget.when michael pened his door to vomit... he tumbled out of the car and was hit by oncoming traffic. "i had to confirm it with my ow" "he was killed instantly, didn't suffer any and died then and there" theree michael was in 8th grade at parkville middle sccool.his family tell us, he was planning on going to highh pchooo and then joining the marines. the driver that hit michael... stayed at the scene.police say, it's unlikely... that driver... will face any ccarges.megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. meanwhile loved ones gathered to remember michael ttuluck. truluck.frieeds and family ...shared memmries ... here at the auto zone on harffrd oad. the crowd held up candles a
.com/musicmonday. >>> i'm michael holmes in for brooke baldwin. syria has gotten so bloody that they're shutting out syria and damascus. >> where can syrians go? they've been calling out to the world for help. >> we want to see actions, we don't want to see talk. we're really tired of talk and talk and talk. we've seen no actions at all. the syrian president still has his legitimacy. until now no country said this president lost his legitimacy. until now. why did they not say that? why does he still have his legitimacy after all the killing he did? >> and that activist is talking about this weekend's lack of action from the united nations. the security council rejected a resolution to call for president bajar assad to step down, stop the violence. china and russia are the reason they voted against it. meanwhile, syrians scrambling every minute with the sky hailing on them. it seems that way, anyway, with constant shelling. cnn can't confirm the details because syria has restrictions on journalists. we do have some live in washington. we talk about the latest on the american reaction to this international
the right technology and first and foremost the racetrack will be safe for the drivers. >> michael: the only thing i'm worried about is when they blow the jet dryers. i have been looking forward to the last 100 miles. can't hardly stand it. wound up in great position to see the most amazing finish ever. >> john: take a look back at the first 400 miles of the race. seems like a long time ago as it started. elliott sadler quick tap to jimmie johnson and he is in the wall. >> michael: got hit and turned into the outside wall. watch what danica goes through. trying to squeak through sideways and takes a hit right there and tore up the rear end of her car and put her in the garage. >> john: look at the way denny hamlin was charging to the lead. hooked up with martin truex, jr. and got the lead himself. >> michael: he is the only one we have seen him push, bump draft. only place he has been happy is when is out front. >> john: four time champion jeff gordon blows up. >> michael: he put everything in the race and when it went bad for jeff we thought that is a shane. watch what happens to it juan. t
was in there. we will talk about that in more detail. michael did an occupancy steady. we're looking at the occupancy low. there are some triggers in the building code that if you change the occupancy by too much, you can trigger a seismic upgrade requirements. those are very costly. we're trying to avoid those triggers. that is part of the equation we used in the study. we developed construction cost estimates and the different ways to implement the recommendations. the existing conditions, i will go through this quickly because i am told you have heard this before. it is two stories of an existing building at a master tenant occupied. their offices on the first floor. about 12,000 square feet on the first floor. there was assembly use on the second floor. there was parking and storage in the building. that was about 68,000 square feet. there was an exterior marina on the north side of the pier, a light vessel marina. we found there were non- compliant issues in the existing building. michael contributed to that. is there anything you want to say about existing conditions? >> i want
you. you must be kevin. i am. hi, i'm michael. rebecca, nice to meet you. brendan: this is peggy and this is erin... and this is katie! and these kids are hungry! oh, god. anne: be careful. rebecca: anne, i'm going to check on the squash. anne: mm-hmm, check on those green beans, too, o.k.? mom, where are the girls? they're outside playing with kevin. ( kevin grunting ) ( whispering ) ( girls giggling ) ahh... that's a tough league. they used to be able to win. remember those days? rebecca: what's the score? green bay, 21, "da bears," 17. hey, i understand my dad has you working the cow barn already, shoveling cow manure. welcome to the casey farm. he's doing a darn good job. hold out for health benefits. yeah, he never worked the barn. wanted to do computers as soon as possible. ( family oohing and ahhing ) look at the size of that! how big is that bird? peggy: oh... that looks wonderful! the 20s? at least. katie: that's almost heavier than you! ( all laughing ) i would like to say a word of thanks before we enjoy this feast. recently you have taken away one of our family member
.it happened last night....n harford road in parkville. and as janice pprk tells uu tonight....michael trulucc's father blames his son's death on the ragic consequences of pnderagg drinking. gideon toskes ties cleats on his best friend's memorial. eyewitness toothe violent death of 13 year old michael tr. truluck."thaa he won't be forgotten ann i'll love him the parkvilleemiddle school student was hanging out with friends in the parking lot of autozone.family memberr say it only took one four loko --a caffinated, alcoholic drink -- to make the 13 yeaa oldd violently ill.the boy's mother's boyfriend picked him up... along with his two friends:but what happened nextt. next..."i had to conffrm it with my ownntwo eyee...it was horrible"is something no one will forget.michael opened his door to vooit...tumbled out of the car...and was hit by oncoming traffic: traffic:"he was killed instantly, didn't suffer any then and there"tru-luck calls the tragedy a freak and unavoidable accident: accident:"doesn't leave my wallet, i havveit with me alwaa" always""we're best buds, he said forever day, we're be
a lot of guys. michael schumacher, people like that all started on go-carts because you can do it as a kid. you don't have to have a drivers license. >> charlie: and your instincts and your hand eye coordination and all of those thing. >> it teaches you how to race. >> charlie: this is your wife stephanie nas nascar 1972. >> we've been married 32 years. she's my beufer beautiful red h. i call her red hair. times i thought of giving it trying to make it in the big time and go back to nashville where that picture is ticken won the fair ground there, i won every week i could make a decent living doing that but stevey would never left me quit. she says you're bigger than that. she's my biggest cheerleader. when i get too big for my britches she's pull me down and when i got on the ground lower than a dog she's lift me up i you have -->> what did she say. >> she would stand behind me. the camera was over there and she would stamped off in the distance and she would be doing this. and shaking her head. but you know, i'm like on a role. i can't stop. i'd get going and it's like the
two or three years, we've lost michael jackson, elizabeth taylor, whitney houston, etta james, amy winehouse, all in different circumstances. but some really huge legendary stars, all dying in very difficult circumstances. >> you know what it teaches us, piers? that we're all here on borrowed time, aren't we? i think we should wake up in the morning and say thanks. >> yeah. larry, i think we have got jermaine jackson on the line, as well. are you there? >> yes, i'm here, piers. >> thank you so much for calling in. i know that you knew whitney well. how are you feeling tonight? it's been a real bombshell to everyone. no one was expecting this. >> yes. it's a tragedy for me. i woke up this morning, and i was getting ready to make my flight back to l.a. and i turned on cnn, which i watch cnn all over the world and that's how i got the world. i'm just devastated because we go way back from the very beginning. my life with clive davis started right at the beverly hills hotel right where he is right now. after i was arranging my deal with him, he told me to put on my producer cap and he
there, thanks. >> kelly: coming up from poverty to powerhouse. michael oher's life became a film. >> jamie: and congresswoman gabrielle giffords is getting high honor from the u.s. navy. >> kelly: new information leading to a big break in a notorious serial killer case and the tip coming from the killer himself. >> jamie: incredible. >> we've uncovered a partial skull, as well as some bones that we believe are also human remains. when you have tough pain, do you want fast relief? try bayer advanced aspirin. it has microparticles so it enters the bloodstream fast and rushes relief to the site of your tough pain. it's proven to relieve pain twice as fast as before. bayer advanced aspirin. >> welcome back everybody. there must be a lot smiles in arizona because the u.s. navy, decided to name the new ship next one online after former congresswoman gabrielle giffords. giffords and mark kelly were on hand for the announcement and the secretary of the navy commending her for unwavering courage. she's still recovering after being shot by a gunman at an event with former constituents in
: the death of 13-year-old michael truluck devastated to the parkville teenager. >> he's a really good kid. >> reporter: saturday truluck and some of his friends apparently spent the afternoon drinking alcohol near a stream in parkville's double rock park. as his stepfather drove him home, michael became sick to his stomach. >> he drank one of those energy drinks with alcohol in this that all of these kids around here seem to think is okay. he needed to vomit. he opened the door and fell out and was run over. >> reporter: the mother didn't know her son had been drinking four loko. it's known as a drink of choice for teens. parks like this one are a popular place for middle school kids to hang out and drink alcohol. addiction specialists say that's not uncommon. >> the age of use of alcohol is getting younger and younger. >> reporter: drug and alcohol specialist michael gimbel said products like four loko are intentionally marketed to teens. >> it's got flavor. it's orange and grape. it's cheap. $4 for a 23-ounce can and it's packed with booze. >> reporter: the attorney general said the alc
... and michael truluck... was hanging out with friends in the parking lot of autozone... drinking alcohol. family members say it only took one four loko to make the 11 year old violently ill.his mother's boyfriend picked him up... along with his two friends.but what happened next... is something no one in that caa will ever forget.when vomit... he tumbled out of the car and was hit by oncoming traffic. "i ad to confirm it with my own two eyes...it was horrible" "he was killed instantly, didn't suffer any and died then and there" there"michael was in 8th grade at parkville michael was in 8th michaellwas in 8th grade at parkville middle school.his family tell us, he was planning on going to high school and then jooning the marines. thh driver thatthittmichael... stayed at tte scene.police say, it's unlikely... that driver... will face any charges.megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. meaawhile loved ones gathered to remember michael truuuck. truluck.friends and family ...shared emories ... here at the auto zone on harford road. the crowd held up andlls and signs honoring his memory. michael's mot
they are awaiting the results of toxicology tests to see if michael indeed had alcohol that would be found in his system. once they variety results, three decide if any further investigation is necessary. jeff hager, abc2 news. >> substance abuse experts say michael's death is an opportunity to get parents to start talking tough with their kids about the dangers of drinking,'s special lilg drinking four loko, which michael's mother said he was doing before his death. we have more about this so-called alco-pops. >> reporter: people may underestimate of the power of the can. just one four loko has the power of four beers. michael's death should ab wakeup call for parents. at 23 1/2 ounces this brightly colored can looks like a super sized beer but it's far more powerful. >> this is not a can of beer. this is four cans of beer. that's what they don't understand. they just know it tastes good. it's cheap and you get really, really drunk. >> reporter: sus stance abuse expert mike gimbal said that's appealing to kids. >> this tragedy should be talked about at every dinner table tonight with every famil
the nine or 10:00 hour. you can see the snow band. just south of easton. toward saint michaels, they are getting snow in salsbury. this cut off has been sharp. where we are getting light radar returns, so far haven't seen any surface reports saying it's hitting the ground. mainly south of washington in the lower eastern shore. that snow as it came down south of dc and richmond. we caught it here on the weatherbug camera. aceta couple congratulations starting to add up down the richmond way. travel down i-95, could be tricky, keep that in mind. the winter weather advisories for areas south of maryland. rest of tonight we will throw in the chance for a few more scattered mixed showers, mainly south of route 50. more on how things shape upcoming up. >> thank you. tonight over a hundred young teens gathered to remember their friend . he opened the door of a moving car to get sick. >> we have learned the 13-year- old was drinking a powerful combination of caffeine and alcohol. cheryl connor. >> reporter: that's right. michael's mom said he was drinking 4loko when he fell out of hi
's an outpouring of sympathy for michael truluck. memories of his life give way to the debate of the alcohol allegedly behind his death. >> it's an energy drink that's alcoholic. kids can't handle alcohol like that. >> reporter: police say michael fell out of a moving car on har fire department-- harford road. others hope they can learn from the death. >> the energy drinks are a no, no. if he hadn't been hit by the car, he could have died from a heart attack. he didn't have his seat belt on. he fell out of the car and was hanging out. >> while some of michael's friends refused to assign blame. >> i don't think he died because of the drinking. >> it's not the driver's fault. >> it's in the the person who bought the alcohol. it's nobody's fault. he asked for the alcohol. >> reporter: others say police should not let this go eye hope they find who gave him this drink because it wasn't funny. the boy was only 13. god help his parents. >> reporter: baltimore county police say they're awaiting the results of a toxicology test on michael. only then can they determine in he has been drinking and if
that he was the king of pop, she was the queen of pop. both of them dead at early ages. did michael know whitney? >> yes, yes. they really did. whitney got a chance to come out to neverland and she told me she had a great time and michael said that she enjoyed herself, as well. and when michael passed, she called me and she was there for me saying to me, if you need anything, jackson, because she called me jackson, just call me and i'll be there for you. and she was very, very devasta me, my family, to the fans, and the world. because she was a voice that the world enjoyed very much. >> and larry -- >> i got to run back in. great talking with you. i wish it was a better occasion. >> thank you very much. >> be well. >> can i ask jermaine a question here? >> yeah. >> jermaine, it's don lemon. you did a duet with whitney, didn't you? >> several, several. we did a lot of music from the very beginning. from the very beginning. >> tell the viewers about that, and the songs and how it was working on those. >> well, just standing opposite of her in front of a microphone and hearing this talent
from folks who thought it would be a big funeral like with michael jackson? >> reporter: absolutely. they thought this would be an opportunity to show their concern, love and grief for whitney houston. they wanted to do it publicly. some folks have been saying they understand the family's wishes. one man said it's time for us to follow whitney's music and let the family put her to rest in private. many people would want to be publicly visibility in showing their appreciation and love of whitney and have said they are disappointed that they won't be able to do that. >> what can you tell me about, there was talk of a camera that this would be recorded. not sure if it would be made public. >> reporter: yes. we are hearing there will be one camera allowed in the church. it's camera that will go out to all of the different news organizations that we can put together our stories and share it with the public. there's no word to whether or not that could be streamed live over the internet. i have to point out that this is a very fluid situation. information has been changing kind of rapidly
is devastated to learn the story behind the accident that killed her 13-year-old son, michael. >> he drank one of those energy drinks with alcohol that all of the kids seem to think is okay. >> reporter: she says michael drank 4 loco, a energy drink filled with alcohol, which made the 13 year old sick to his stomach. his step father drove him home saturday night. he opened the door to the moving car so he could vomit and fell. his friend was in the car. >> we stopped as fast as possible and -- we just tried to help him out. he was trying to get up and a car hit him. >> reporter: he was an 8th grader, he was extremely popular. >> i got a car. right when they said he got hit, i started crying and sprinted down here. >> reporter: teenagers created a makeshift memorial. hundreds came out for a candle light vigil. many had no idea he had been drinking 4 loco. >> it's not safe. >> some adult purchased it. >> reporter: his mother hopes other parents and teens learn from michael's death. >> i've lost the only son i'm ever going to have because they wanted to party. it's sad. >> reporter: michael's mom
glenn circled the earth, neil armstrong, buzz aldrin and michael collins put to rest any doubts about the position of the united states in the world. the cold war was being fought in space and these men proved that the u.s. was winning. it wasn't easy. as president eisenhower stated at the outset, america's space program would be civilian rather than military led, so no one would doubt our intentions. this meant it would be conducted in the open so every hitch and hold up could be scrutinized. and this is just as it should have been. these missions spanning two democratic and two republican administrations showed not only the power of the four men we honor today, they showed the power of the collective efforts of the nation united in a common purpose. it took vision. it took will, it took leadership. it took guts. and it took the remarkable courage of john glenn, neil armstrong, buzz aldrin and michael collins. now they will tell you they're not heroes. don't listen to them. america is only as strong as the citizens we produce and here are four of the best. [ applause ] >> ladies and
as an officer. >> michael's parents, on a student loan, now totaling about $90,000. in the year michael wedgewood, his parents were devastated by the loss of both of their mothers. sally also had surgery and cannot go back to work right away. >> we are getting behind. >> michael, armed with a degree in criminal justice, was not able to become a marine, found work is selling its cellphones for commission. after losing their house and saddled with a total of $2,000 in debt, michael's parents filed for bankruptcy last year. >> a very humbling. you think, wow, we make a decent amount of money. we keep up with everything. >> this bankruptcy attorney says she is on the front lines of the student loan crisis. >> i see people every day who are on the verge of losing their homes because they are paying student loan debt created by the children. >> you become more concerned about finding high-paying jobs than the one he said earhardt on -- you set your heart on. >> we will start off with a live view of hd doppler. storm's coming in from the west. that is the next storm heading our way. it will br
the racetrack will be safe for the drivers. >> michael: the only thing i'm worried about is when they blow the jet dryers. i have been looking forward to the last 100 miles. can't hardly stand it. wound up in great position to see the most amazing finish ever. >> john: take a look back at the first 400 miles of the race. seems like a long time ago as it started. elliott sadler quick tap to jimmie johnson and he is in the wall. >> michael: got hit and turned into the outside wall. watch what danica goes through. trying to squeak through sideways and takes a hit right there and tore up the rear end of her car and put her in the garage. >> john: look at the way denny hamlin was charging to the lead. hooked up with martin truex, jr. and got the lead himself. >> michael: he is the only one we have seen him push, bump draft. only place he has been happy is when is out front. >> john: four time champion jeff gordon blows up. >> michael: he put everything in the race and when it went bad for jeff we thought that is a shane. watch what happens to it juan. transmission. something broke and spun him
the loss of close friend and one of her best dance students michael jackson. ir own future. how they'll live tomorrow. for more than 116 years, ameriprise financial has worked for their clients' futures. helping millions of americans retire on their terms. when they want. where they want. doing what they want. ameriprise. the strength of a leader in retirement planning. the heart of 10,000 advisors working with you one-to-one. together for your future. ♪ >>> checking came's top stories. the town of homs is enduring a seventh straight day of bombardment. hundreds have been killed. the death toll has climbed to at least 30 today. on monday the u.n. general assembly will consider a resolution condemning as sad owing's crackdown. >>> and next hour, conservative acti itity viss this announce w they want to run as president. >>> and the u.s. navy be stowes a major honor on former congresswoman gabrielle giffords naming a warship after her. the uss gabrielle giffords will be close to shore combat ship. the navy almost never names ships after people still alive and even more rarely of a te
to a michael shure's question. and the insider who saw the healthcare debate unfold. what is he going to tells about the obama administration. plus we have erin burnett. it's not just wealthy people it's retired americans. >> that is totally not true. we'll go after erin burnett and show you what the reality is in just a little bit. it's go time! ♪ >>> fun campaign news today. donald trump decided he is going to insert himself into this campaign once again. who is he going to endorse? he has been leaking on both sides and then finally came out and said this. >> it's my honor, real honor, and privilege to endorse mitt romney. [ applause ] >> and by the way this is a great couple. you look at this couple. [ applause ] >> but mitt is tough. he's smart. he's sharp. he is not going to allow bad things to continue to happen to this country that we all love. >> there's so much about that i love. the weird awkward moment of god these guys are kind of attractive. and then he's not going to let bad things happen to the country. thank you donald. here is mitt romney. >> there
who moved forward, and so will space. end of quote. senator john glenn, neil armstrong, michael collins, buzz aldrin, these astronauts of the new frontier did not wait or rest or wish. they did not look back or behind. they moved forward and our country moved forward with them, into space, into new generations of exploration, and into a new frontier of discovery, progress and hope for our future. for their spirit, for their actions, for their inspiration in this time of thanksgiving season, we thank them. we honor them, we congratulate them for receiving the highest civilian honor this country can bestow -- the congressional gold medal. congratulations to our leaders. thank you. [ applause ] >> ladies and gentlemen, the republican leader of the united states senate, the honorable mitch mcconnell. >> in early 1959, about six months after congress formally created the national aeronautics and space administration, a group of test pilots was summoned to a top secret briefing at the pentagon. once there, they were told that nasa was developing a program aimed at putting a man in orb
that stands up. i think "jfk" was a travesty. they had a equal number of mistakes. >> michael, you i read quoted that howard zen's history of the united states represents a simplicity propaganda of american history. which startled me. not that i disagree. i was startled to see it. >> i have taken some flack for that from my left. quite a lot, actually. we will begin another discussion about a different kind of history. he was not really a journalist. >> and also not an historian? >> he was an historian who was trying or teaching a version of history to my mind was simplicity, but also romantic in a way which, i think, verges on almost falsehood. he used the term the 99% before that became popular. the 99% are always virtuous and right. somehow, they always keep losing to the 1%. he has, to my mind, are out moded and erroneous interpretations of the civil war which he sees in beardian terms as the northern industrial interests vanquishing the south. you think the abolishonists were banned. again, just like a lot of popular journalistic versions of history. that sold more books than anyone
. films michael mann's include "all day," and "the aviator for a chrome hbo's "locuck." here's a look. >> welcome home, mr. bernstein. with peopleou have been in my apartment, you better get them out. >> i only do this for fun now. >> good for you, kid. so did die. david milch and michael mann, is that like crockett and tubbs? [laughter] >> it is a combination that we have talked about for a long time. tavis: how did you come together on this particular project? >> david asked me if i wanted to direct the pilot. i read it and i did not necessarily want to direct the pilot, but the writing was so addictive and so challenging. in its way of the immersing us, parachuting is ready to character. it is a fascinating world. i really got hooked by the screenplay. tavis: i am curious that have your mind works. i know how much the written word means to you. when you say addictive and challenging, that almost sounds boxing moronic. i know you meant something by that. -- sounds oxymoronic. i know you meant something by that. >> when i start reading the screenplay, i imagine right away dustin hoff
america's longest war. we are glad you have joined us. the conversation with mike wallace -- with michael hastings, coming up right now. >> every community has a martin luther king boulevard. it's the cornerstone we all know. it's not just a street or boulevard, but a place where walmart stands together with your community to make every day better. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- tavis: michael hastings is a noted journalist who serves as a contributing editor at "rolling stone." his interview with stanley mcchrystal led to the firing of america's top man in afghanistan in 2010. his book is based on that experience and more reporting about america's longest war. it is called "the operators -- the world and terrifying inside story of the american war in afghanistan." michael joins us tonight from new york. >> it is an honor to be here. a huge fan of your work. tavis: glad to have you on. let me start with the cover of the book. there has been some controversy about this photo. i
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